When Your Employee Files for Unemployment
May
31
8:00 am08:00

When Your Employee Files for Unemployment

  • Glen Johnson Center Room 105 at Thiel College

Second session in the Chamber's Growth Series

Topics presented include:

  • How to complete the unemployment paperwork
  • Determining when an employee is able and available for work
  • Employee misconduct and how it relates to unemployment
  • Unemployment appeals and hearing appearances

Presented by Lynn Chuey, NHA, vice president of human resources at St. Paul’s, Greenville, PA. Lynn has worked in the field of Human Resources since 1982. She graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1982 with a BS in Consumer Services.  In 1994, she became a licensed nursing home administrator. 

    Register Here

    Coffee Connections
    Jun
    2
    8:30 am08:30

    Coffee Connections

    • Spring Valley Golf Course

    Connecting Businesses to Create a Better Community

    Sponsored by: Primary Health Network

    PHN and PHN Foundation invite business members of Mercer County and surrounding areas to attend Coffee Connections to create networking opportunities and educate others on what our area has to offer.

    RSVP by May 19: rdean@primary-health.net

    Health Coach Hangout
    Jun
    7
    12:00 am00:00

    Health Coach Hangout

    • Brandy Springs Park

    Looking for a fun way to spend your lunch hour? Join Primary Health Network's health coach, Amy Hackett, LPN, for some fresh air, a walk in the park, food demo and health lifestyle tips!

    There is no cost to attend. RSVP: 724-456-3038

    15th Annual Strawberry Festival & Auction
    Jun
    11
    1:00 pm13:00

    15th Annual Strawberry Festival & Auction

    • The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley

    Event Features:

    • Live Auction
    • Chance Auction
    • Chance PLUS Auction
    • 50/50 Raffle
    • Specially prepared strawberry desserts

    Proceeds from the auctions and raffles benefit the Good Samaritan Fund at The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley and are used solely for benevolent and unfunded care.

    Admission: $1 or one non-expired canned food item per person to benefit the Community Food Warehouse.

    Click here for a coupon for a special drawing.

    Rotary Annual Golf Scramble
    Jun
    16
    12:00 pm12:00

    Rotary Annual Golf Scramble

    • Pine Hill Golf Course

    Registration from 12 to 12:45 p.m.

    Shotgun start 1:00 p.m.

    Four person scramble (women and seniors hit from appropriate tees). Prizes for 1st, 2nd 5th places, skill prizes, raffle prizes, putting contest.

    $75 per golfer or $300 per team (includes green fees with carts, hot dogs & chips, beverages, chicken or steak buffet dinner, and prizes)

    Tee sponsors available for $100

    Proceeds benefit various Rotary programs including youth leadership and vocational programs, international exchange programs, living language scholarship, Greenville service projects, and Rotary International Foundation.

    For more information: Coy Price, 724-944-0016 or Mike Shultz, 724-589-2167

    Click here for a registration form.

    10th Annual United Way Wing King Cook-Off
    Jun
    22
    5:00 pm17:00

    10th Annual United Way Wing King Cook-Off

    • Quaker Steak & Lube Tent

    It's time to crown this year's Wing King at the 10th Annual Wing King Cook-Off. The event has four categories that are selected by a panel of judges chosen from the community. Attendees vote for the People's Choice.

    • Wing King Traditional
    • Wing King BBQ
    • Wing King Creative
    • Wing King Hot
    • Wing King People's Choice

    Cost is $20 per person in advance / $25 at the gate

    The event benefits the United Way's initiative of "Lifting Families Out of Poverty."

    For more information or tickets, 724-981-1884

    Click here for sponsorship opportunities.

    St. Paul's Flea Market
    Jun
    24
    8:00 am08:00

    St. Paul's Flea Market

    • St. Paul's Keifer Gym

    To reserve a 10' x 10' space, contact Missy Nitch, 724-588-9613 ext. 1290 by June 19.

    $15 per space or $20 space with table and two chair

    Food and beverages will be sold during the event.

    Hollywood Little Acres B&B Grand Opening
    Jun
    24
    3:00 pm15:00

    Hollywood Little Acres B&B Grand Opening

    • Hollywood Little Acres Bed & Breakfast

    Join is to celebrate the grand opening of this new bed and breakfast in Greenville.

    Check out the B&B, tiny house tours, homemade craft vendors, Froggy 100.3 on site giveaways, Depot Saloon Brewery catering, Butler Brew Works, local bands.

    UPMC Foundation Golf Masters Scramble
    Jun
    26
    9:30 am09:30

    UPMC Foundation Golf Masters Scramble

    • Avalon Golf & Country Club at Buhl

    The UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation is one of the premier golf outings in our region. Proceeds fund special projects in our area that address unmet health and human service needs.

    Sponsorship Opportunities Available

    Golfer Only, Hole-in-One and Team Prizes

    9:30 a.m. Registration
    9:30 - 10:45 a.m. Putting Contest
    11:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
    4:30 p.m. Reception (cash bar & buffet dinner, awards & prizes)

    Reserve your spot by June 16.
    Questions: 724-983-7159 or 724-347-4599
    bonierjm@upmc.edu or ballishhrl@upmc.edu

    United Way 39th Annual Pro-Am Golf Classic
    Aug
    30
    12:00 pm12:00

    United Way 39th Annual Pro-Am Golf Classic

    • Avalon Golf & Country Club at Buhl

    NEW FORMAT: each foursome includes a tri-state pro. Pros compete in medal play in a pro division and amateurs will play a scramble. Men's, women's and mixed teams are welcome.

    Shotgun start at 12 p.m. followed by dinner. Cost is $175 per golfer ($70 tax deduction). 

    Click here for additional information, registration form and sponsorship opportunities.

    Grapes & Growlers
    Sep
    30
    4:00 pm16:00

    Grapes & Growlers

    • Pine Hill Golf Course

    The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual wine and beer tasting event, Grapes & Growlers. 

    NEW LOCATION: Pine Hill Golf Course

    Only 250 tickets will be sold for this premier event. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample some of the area’s finest wines and brews in this unique, casual atmosphere.

    Click here to sponsor the event. Call the Chamber, 724-588-7150, for ticket availability.

    Tickets: $25 each

     


    Ask the Experts Series
    May
    25
    6:00 pm18:00

    Ask the Experts Series

    • Keifer Building at St. Paul's

    Support for In-Home Care: We Are Here to Help

    Presenters:

    • Bretton Walberg, Owner of Walberg Family Pharmacies
    • Alesha Stefanak, Community Relations Director, SouthernCare Hospice
    • Amanda Diodati-Everly, Community Relations Specialist, SouthernCare Hospice, Meadville
    • Jim Sherman, Director, St. Paul's Without Walls
    • Noreen Sokolak, RN, BSN of VNA Alliance

    Reservations required. Seating is limited. RSVP by May 22: jkather@lifeatstpauls.org, or 724-589-4646

    Click here to review more information.

    Linen Sale at St. Paul's
    May
    23
    7:00 am07:00

    Linen Sale at St. Paul's

    • Headland Friendship Commons in The Villas

    Sponsored by and benefits St. Paul's Auxiliary

    • Ultra plush blankets (baby, twin, queen) $25-$65
    • Sherpa throws and blankets $29.95
    • Shera blankets $59.95-$64.95
    • Comforter sets $79.95-$89.95
    • Bamboo memory foam pillows (queen, king) $25 & $30
    • Sheet sets (twin, XL twin, full, queen, king, CA king)
      • 900 Series $40          3 sets $110
      • 1200 Series $45         3 sets $120
    Ribbon Cutting & Open House
    May
    20
    11:00 am11:00

    Ribbon Cutting & Open House

    • Second Time Around Gardens

    Join us to celebrate the grand opening of this newest nursery. Refreshments provided. The event is open to the public. A free perennial per person while supplies last.

    • Gardening Supplies
    • Perennials
    • Shrubs/Trees
    • Christmas Trees
    • Wreaths/Crafts
    • Annuals

     

    LuLa 4 A Cure
    May
    20
    9:00 am09:00

    LuLa 4 A Cure

    • Hempfield Park

    Shop & Support Greenville Relay for Life

    More than 10 LuLaRoe fashion retailers are coming together to bring you thousands of pieces of inventory to shop. A portion of all proceeds will be donated by the participating consultants to the Greenville Relay for Life in support of their annual fundraising goals for the American Cancer Society. These funds will be matched by LLR, Inc., our corporate home office.

    For more information, contact Stephanie Wilson, 724-944-6945 or lularoestephwilson@gmail.com

    Cornerstone Mother's Day Buffet
    May
    14
    11:00 am11:00

    Cornerstone Mother's Day Buffet

    • The Cornerstone Restaurant

    Seatings: 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m.

    Reservations: 724-589-4500

    Menu includes:

    Carved Prime Rib
    Baked White Fish Marsala
    Chicken Kiev
    White Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese
    Twice Baked Potato Casserole with Bacon
    Crustless Spinach Quiche
    Zucchini & Potato Bake
    Creamy Confetti Corn with Bacon
    Mixed Greens Salad
    Applesauce
    Strawberry Pretzel Salad
    Coleslaw
    Dinner Rolls
    Delicious Array of Desserts

    Adults $21.95; Children under 10 $9.95 (does not include beverage, tax and tip)

    GSO's Orchestral Extravaganza
    May
    13
    7:30 pm19:30

    GSO's Orchestral Extravaganza

    • Passavant Center at Thiel College

    Feature the talented musicians of the GSO in an orchestral extravaganza with overtures, waltzes, dances, marches, and tangos. This very colorful program includes Mozart's Marriage of Figaro Overture, Strauss' Blue Danube Waltz, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March, Tangos by Sousa and Anderson, and Tchaikovsky's vibrant Capriccio Espagnol. The GSO will perform the breathtaking finale to the Saint-Saens Organ Symphony No. 3 with organist Karyn Kirchofer as soloist.

    Order tickets here

    Protecting Your Business from Ransomware
    May
    11
    11:30 am11:30

    Protecting Your Business from Ransomware

    • The Movies at Meadville

    Presented by Hagan Business Machines of Meadville 

    Have LUNCH with Hagan's IT department and LEARN how to train your employees to help protect  your data and your bank account.

    Special guest speaker, Michael DePalma, datto  Channel Development Manager

    All attendees are entered into a drawing for a Microsoft Surface Pro. Lunch is free.

    Ransomware is computer malware that installs covertly on a victim's device (e.g., computer, smartphone, wearable device) and that either mounts the cryptoviral extortion attack from cryptovirology that holds the victim's data hostage, or mounts a cryptovirology leakware attack that threatens to publish the victim's data, until a ransom is paid.

    Register by May 5: hagan@hagan1.com or 814-724-4601

    St. Paul's Without Walls Job Fair
    May
    10
    2:00 pm14:00

    St. Paul's Without Walls Job Fair

    St. Paul's Without Walls Home Based Services, a trusted name in senior care, is recruiting honest, dependable, compassionate individuals to be Companions and Care Partners. 

    • Flexible hours
    • Orientation and training
    • Competitive salary
    • Extra money for weekend hours
    • Holiday pay

    2 Job Fairs at 2 Locations:

    St. Paul's
    Keifer Social Room
    341 East Jamestown Road
    Greenville, PA 16125
    Wednesday, May 10
    2-3 p.m. and 6-7 p.m.

    The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley
    One Elston Way
    Hermitage, PA 16148
    Thursday, May 18
    2-3 p.m. and 6-7 p.m.

    If you are unable to attend either site, call 724-589-4740 or email, marketing@stpaulswithoutwalls.org with questions or for additional information.

    May
    3
    6:00 pm18:00

    John L. Haigh Sr. - Air Force One Flight Crew

    • Greenville Area Library

    Join John Haigh at the library to hear about his experiences as a witness to history. John grew up in Western PA and joined the Air Force right out of school. In 1979, he became a permananet member of Air Force One flight crew. He served under Presidents Carter, Reagan and Bush.

    Tour of Homes at The Colony
    May
    2
    2:00 pm14:00

    Tour of Homes at The Colony

    Spring Tour of Homes at The Colony at St. Paul's

    Meet with Colony Ambassadors at the Keifer Building before beginning your tour featuring: custom renovated 1 bedroom apartments and newly constructed 3 bedroom homes

    The tour is open to the public.

    For additional information, call 724-588-7610

    Ann Labounsky, Organist
    Apr
    30
    4:00 pm16:00

    Ann Labounsky, Organist

    • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

    Sponsored by Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and co-sponsored with Northwestern  PA Synod

    Organ music of the Reformation - Celebrating 500 Years in Christ's Priestly Prayer through the Musical Theology of J.S. Bach

    The concert is free and open to the public. An opportunity will be provided for a free-will offering to support the series

    St. Paul's Spaghetti Dinner
    Apr
    29
    4:00 pm16:00

    St. Paul's Spaghetti Dinner

    • The Cornerstone Restaurant

    All proceeds benefit: Life at St. Paul's, The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's.

    Spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread, beverage and homemade cupcakes

    Cost: $8 per person
    Take out available; walk-ins welcome

    10th Annual WILD Conference
    Apr
    27
    9:00 am09:00

    10th Annual WILD Conference

    • Ambassador Banquet & Conference Center

    Knowledge, Energy and Passion - Go WILD! Women in Leadership Development (WILD) Conference is in its 10th year and provides a celebration that recognizes, supports and promotes women in business through women helping women. This concept of connectivity is achieved by encouraging networking, providing leadership opportunities, and supporting each other. Interested in learning more about Women in Leadership Development and attending the Conference? Click here to learn more and register.

    Apr
    26
    1:00 pm13:00

    Should Age Be Used to Limit Healthcare Spending?

    • Lutheran Heritage Room at Thiel College (Howard Miller Center)

    Two times available:; 1 - 3 p.m. or 6 - 8 p.m. (same content)

    Alex John London, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Director, The Center for Ethics & Policy at Carnegie Mellon University

    Dr. London is an elected Fellow of Hastings Center, a highly respected, independent, nonpartisan bioethics research institute, and recipient of the Elliott Dunlap Smith Award for Distinguished Teaching & Educational Service in the Dietrich College of Humanities & Social Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Society of Bioethics & Humanities and a New Directions Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

    London is a recognized expert in bioethics and has delivered 15 international invited talks. He has published 17 articles, has been quoted by national and regional media, and testified before a presidential committee on bioethical issues.

    This session is approved by AMA PRA Category 1 credits.

    For more information or to register: 724-983-7168. (Registration also available at the door.
    Complimentary shuttle service will be provided between the Passavant Center parking lot and Howard Miller Center. The shuttle tent will designate pick up/drop off locations.

    The session is sponsored by the Community Medical Ethics Project composed of The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, St. Paul's, Thiel College and UPMC Horizon.

    Apr
    25
    10:00 am10:00

    The Business of Early Learning

    • Best Western

    Economic Summit on Early Childhood Investment

    Join more than 200 business leaders, policy makers, and community leaders to examine the latest research and policy developments in early learning. Participants will learn, network, and collaborate for smart policy investments to impact today's children and tomorrow's economy.

    Sponsored by the PA Early Learning Investment Commission.

    Strayhaven Annual Reverse Raffle
    Apr
    22
    5:30 pm17:30

    Strayhaven Annual Reverse Raffle

    • Greenville Elks Lodge #145

    5:30 pm - Doors Open
    6:00 pm - Boards Open
    7:00 pm - Dinner
    8:00 pm
    - Drawings

    Tickets - $40 per couple
    (includes dinner, beer/pop, and main board ticket)

    Contact: Jessica Jamison, 724-877-8795

    Cornerstone Easter Buffet
    Apr
    16
    11:00 am11:00

    Cornerstone Easter Buffet

    • The Cornerstone Restaurant

    Seatings: 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m.

    Reservations: 724-589-4500

    Menu includes:

    Leg of Lamb with Mint Jelly
    Sweet Ranch Roasted Chicken
    Parsley Potatoes
    White Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese
    Sweet Potato Casserole
    Asparagus Casserole
    Orange-glazed Carrots
    Pickled Beets & Eggs
    Applesauce
    Coleslaw
    Fresh Fruit Salad
    Dinner Rolls
    Delicious Array of Desserts

    Adults $21.95; Children under 10 $9.95 (does not include beverage, tax and tip)
     

    Apr
    13
    6:00 pm18:00

    Sip & Paint

    • Greenville Senior Center

    Benefits the 10th Annual Greenville Heritage Days

    All painting supplies and refreshments included. This is the picture that will be painted.

    Tickets are $40 and may be purchased at the Greenville Senior Center or from a Heritage Days Committee Member, or call, Brandon, 724-988-8662.

    Apr
    6
    7:00 am07:00

    Uniform, Shoe & Accessory Sale

    • Headland Friendship Commons at St. Paul's

    Featuring the latest styles, prints & colors for uniforms and professional work shoes from major manufacturers! All your uniform needs in one convenient location.

    Sponsored by the Auxiliary of St. Paul's

    40 Under 40 Reception
    Apr
    5
    5:30 pm17:30

    40 Under 40 Reception

    • Park Inn by Radisson

    Recognition of the 40 Under 40 recipients

    Sponsored by the Shenango Valley, Grove City, Mercer, and Greenville Chambers of Commerce

    Cost is $25 per person.

    Reservations required: mandy@svchamber.com 724-981-5880

     

    Book Fair
    Apr
    5
    10:00 am10:00

    Book Fair

    • Headland Friendship Commons at St. Paul's

    Collective Goods formerly Books Are Fun will be at St. Paul's form a book fair for all ages.

    Proceeds benefit St. Paul's Auxiliary